Happy 4th of July!

Happy 4th of July! Here are a few patriotic projects to enjoy today.

Red, White, & Blue Mason Jars

This clever idea from It All Started with Paint is a flag decor piece that doubles as a holder for straws and eating utensils. All you need is jars, paint, stars, and a nail file. It will definitely add a bright spot to your holiday festivities.

Mason Jar Flag by It All Started with Paint

Kraft Paper Snack Bags

These adorable and practical snack bags from Lia Griffith are easy to make, especially with the instructions she includes with her post. Plus, you can use these for any snack like potato chips, carrot sticks, popcorn, candy, and more. The cute sticker she uses is available to purchase in her Etsy store, but you could use any festive sticker or washi tape.

DIY Kraft Paper Snack Bags from Lia Griffith

Firecracker Card Pattern

Most people don’t send many cards for the 4th of July, but think of all the possibilities for this free pattern found on the Paper Crafts & Scrapbooking Patterns Pinterest board. Think firecracker garland, or hook four together for a centerpiece, or for food labels, or attach to skewers and create a bouquet. The possibilities are endless.

Firecracker card from July/August 2012

Firecracker card from July/August 2012

I hope you have a wonderful 4th of July and find a little time to create a few crafts for your celebration.


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